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Project of the Month - September 2022

Soft and Minimalistic Two-Toned Spaces

A two-toned kitchen is much like it sounds: a space highlighted by a playful design consisting of two distinct cabinet colors that split the room. This is usually done by having a single color (often white) on the upper cabinetry and a different color for the lower cabinetry. Our designer has skillfully constructed our September Project of the Month with two complementary colors that build a minimalistic, soft, and welcoming space.

This kitchen utilizes the gentle contrast between the white and ivory oak wood, along with the juxtaposition of the smooth white quartz with the natural wood veneers, to define the two tones used in this “two-toned” space. Together, the effect is harmonious: the combination enhances the warm undertone of the room. That undertone is brought further with the under-cabinet and overhead lighting, effortlessly keeping the ambiance bright.

You may notice that the cabinetry is entirely handle-less: the flat surfaces and simple lines add a minimalistic element, emphasized by a select few natural decorations. This kitchen epitomizes minimalism without a hint of unfriendliness, and consists of the perfect amount of embellishments. Functionality is fully incorporated into this artistic design, appearing as spice racks and layered pullout shelves that can be found and accessed with ease. Floating shelves add a contemporary flair while maintaining the simplistic air.

The elements of this project are drawn together in a well-coordinated look and are nothing short of an artistic masterpiece. Such a kitchen could welcome you, your family, and your friends into a warm, uncluttered space. Simply contact any of the designers on the Demetra website, all of whom would love the opportunity to work with you in crafting the cabinetry and aesthetic for the kitchen you will call your own.


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